Gun-Grabbing California Democratic State Senator Leland Yee Is In a World of Trouble

Gun-Grabbing California Democratic State Senator Leland Yee Is In a World of Trouble

The allegations against California Democratic state Senator Leland Yee include a $2 million arms deal involving Muslim terrorists, Russian weapons suppliers, and accepting bribes to influence state policy. Yee’s fundraiser, Keith Jackson also faces charges for his involvement including alleged deals with a San Francisco organized criminal organization, Chee Kung Tong. Jackson, who is black, has now claimed to be the victim of racial discrimination, which is probably not an effective excuse for this (or any) level of corruption and criminal activity.

Many will remember Yee as the gun-grabbing senator who backed bill 249 in the California Senate in August 2012, which included an insidious back-door shift in the definition of semi-automatic firearms and was set to result in wide-spread gun confiscation across the state.

No wonder Nancy Pelosi supported Lee:

Nancy Pelosi supported Senator Yee

According to San Francisco Magazine:

Yee told an FBI agent to give him a shopping list of guns: “Senator Yee asked [the agent] to provide an inventory list of desired weapons […] [The agent] told Yee he would deliver $2,000,000 cash.”

Yee could arrange from some serious firepower: “[The agent] asked about shoulder fired automatic weapons. Senator Yee responded by saying the automatic weapons are the equivalent to the “M16″ Automatic Service Weapon […] [The agent] asked about the availability of shoulder fire missiles or rockets. Senator Yee responded ‘I told him about the rockets and things like that.'”

Yee took personal responsibility for delivering the weapons:  “Senator Yee said, ‘We’re interested’ in arranging the weapons deal […] and said of the arms dealer, ‘He’s going to rely on me, because ultimately it’s going to be me. [The agent] stated he would compensate Yee for brokering the relationship and arms deal.”

Yee was in it for the cash: “Senator Yee said, ‘Do I think we can make some money? I think we can make some money. Do I think we can get the good? I think we can get the goods.'”

Yee masterminded a complex scheme to import illegal weapons: “Keith Jackson [a political consultant who worked as Yee’s fundraiser] told [an agent] that Senator Yee had a contact who deals in arms trafficking. This purported arms dealer was later identified. Jackson requested [a campaign donation] on behalf of Senator Yee, for Senator Yee to facilitate a meeting with arms dealer with the intent of [the agent] to purportedly purchase a large number of weapons to be imported through the Port of Newark, New Jersey. During a meeting […] Senator Yee discussed certain details of the specific types of weapons [the agent] was interested in buying and importing.”

Yee had connection with Filipino rebel groups: “Keith Jackson advised that Senator Yee had an unidentified Filipino associate who was supplying ‘heavy’ weapons to rebel groups in the Philippines.”

Including Muslim terrorists: “According to Senator Yee, Mindanao was largely population by Muslim rebel groups who were fighting the federal government. Yee continued by saying the Muslim rebels had no problem ‘kidnapping individuals, killing individuals, and extorting them for ransom.”

Source: San Francisco Magazine

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